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Intelligent Systems has been on a slow and steady growth plan since 2003. As of 2013, the Fire Emblem studio has 130 employees, but back in 2003, they only had around 81 employees. Over the past decade, Intelligent systems has earned their own headquarters separate from Nintendo’s software planning and development division. This was mainly due to the success of games like Paper Mario Sticker Star and Fire Emblem Awakening. What do you guys think about Intelligent Systems? Are we long overdue for a new Advanced Wars, or is CODE NAME: STEAM good enough for right now?
Nintendo of America released an official press release detailing their upcoming 3DS title Code Name: S.T.E.A.M. The company has also launched a Japanese teaser site for the title, complete with higher quality screenshots, official art, and two additional screenshots.
Nintendo recently held a developer roundtable discussion for their new game by Intelligent Systems, Code Name: S.T.E.A.M. During a Q&A, someone asked if working on this new game has kept Intelligent Systems from developing a new Advance Wars or halted their progress on Shin Megami Tensei X Fire Emblem; the developers responded with many noes, stating, “We’re right on schedule,” with SMTxFE. Check out the tweets below.
An official page for Pushmo World has been launched on Nintendo of America’s site. Similar to Europe and Japan, the title will be releasing on June 19, 2014. The price has been set at $9.99.
Nintendo rewards hard work, that is for sure. Intelligent Systems, the studio behind the million plus seller Fire Emblem Awakening, has moved into a fancy new building. Hopefully this new building, along with the amazing folks over at Atlus, can help them make Shin Megami Tensei X Fire Emblem be the best game it can. Check out a picture of the building below.
James Anderson, a programmer for Intelligent Systems, has listed a unknown Wii U game on his Linkedin profile.
Check out this interview with one of the Fire Emblem Awakening developers, where he discusses his favorite character and this awesome figurine of Tharja.
Intelligent Systems, the team responsible for the amazing Fire Emblem Awakening, next game is a music title by the name of ‘Jam with the Band’. The new 3DS game got a teaser site from Nintendo, and should be out this year in Japan.
VGChartz is tracking the brilliant SRPG, Fire Emblem Awakening, past the 1 million units sold mark, which marks the first time in the franchises history to ever break past that milestone.
Nintendo has recently stated that a Fire Emblem game on Wii U would need to sell 700K to be worth it. Well it seems that a new Fire Emblem game might be on the docks for the Wii U as Nintendo trademarked two new titles pertaining to the series.
Intelligent Systems Hitoshi Yamagami discussed how much Fire Emblem on Wii U would need to sell to be a worth while investment.
This is one of those stories that only comes from Japan, the persistence of Japanese developers is amazing. Fire Emblem Awakening is one of the best games I’ve ever played, could have been the final game in the long running series if sales weren’t good.
Furious Francis continues his E3 countdown, discussing Shin Megami Tensei X Fire Emblem for the Wii U. Could this game be better than Xenoblade Chronicles 2 and Mario on Wii U?
My my first play through of Fire Emblem Awakening, I didn’t even notice the characters have really weird-looking feet. There almost like pegs with points. When asks about these deformed feet, the developers laugh at almost every opportunity.
Furious Francis reviews the highly acclaimed strategy RPG title, Fire Emblem Awakening, As well as an overall discussion on the game. Check it out below, and remember to subscribe to us on Youtube!
Hoping for Nintendo to release DLC to make earning renown points faster in Fire Emblem Awakening? Well, that probably won’t be happening anytime soon, as there is nothing planned to make the slow process faster. Details and direct quotes from Nintendo below.
The Fire Emblem Awakening team argued over the inclusion of Casual Mode in the game. Casual mode allows defeated units to come back after the battle is over. In past Fire Emblem games, defeated units were lost forever. Check out the interview about the Casual mode being included in the game below.
Gotten tired of Fire Emblem Awakening yet? Of course you haven’t, so Nintendo has more DLC coming to the fantastic portable title next month. Check out the full list of DLC coming to Fire Emblem Awakening.
Nintendo is once again proving they understand the consumer when it comes to DLC. Fire Emblem Awakening will be receiving free DLC maps, weapons, and characters this Spring.
Welcome to the first episode ever of Playeressence X Nintendo. In this vidcast we discuss all things Nintnedo. In this episode Francis discusses Bit Trip Runner 2, Dragon Ball Z Attack of the Saiyans, Fire Emblem X Shin Megami Tensei, Xenoblade 2 and how EA sucks balls! Vote in the poll question below the video! Monolith Soft vs Intelligent Systems
Who's the better developer right now? Total Voters: 74
Who's the better developer right now?
Total Voters: 74